Almost half of the nearly $190 million raised by the House and Senate GOP super PACs in the first 16 months of the 2022 campaign cycle came from just 27 billionaires.
83% of likely voters support proposals to expand Social Security benefits while just 7% support GOP plans to end the program, giving the majority party a golden opportunity to maintain control of the House and Senate.
Just last week, the Biden administration agreed to buy another 105 million doses of Pfizer’s covid vaccine for the fall booster campaign, paying $3.2 billion—a significant premium over what the government paid for the first 100 million.
Many cancer patients face difficult financial choices. About 4 in 10 with debt have taken money out of a retirement, college, or other long-term savings account. About 3 in 10 have moved in with family or friends or made another change in their living situation.
The ultrawealthy poured money into a successful campaign to defeat a graduated state income tax. Investigative reporters at ProPublica reveal the scale of their return on this investment.
In addition to an economy held together with the baling-wire of Fed stimulus (that’s ending), both the U.S. and the world are facing a wild spectrum of assaults that could have huge economic impacts.
In a governmental sense, inclusion is about governing—with the consent of the governed. And exclusion is about ruling others—whether they like it or not.
Although wildfires in California have historically peaked in the late summer and fall, Orange County Fire Authority Assistant Chief of Field Operations TJ McGovern told CNN that this is already the area's fourth blaze this year.
As Republican fear mongers like Elise Stefanik whip out conspiracy accusations and blame about the baby formula shortage, the real facts from a pediatrician are more useful.
Rick Scott has published an 11-point proposal to raise taxes on the poorest of Americans and set the stage to destroy Medicare and Social Security. But he now claims it isn't so.
There are many differences between the rich and the rest of us, but one of the most consequential for your taxes is whether most of your income comes from wages.
An unprecedented trove of leaked IRS data shows who reported the most income in America from 2013 to 2018, as well as their tax rates, revealing that the very richest pay lower rates than the merely rich.